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A railroad crossing, building brick and dry-erase board station, and even more learning resources are made possible thanks to the generosity of donors like you.
For our twenty-third episode, we spoke with former West End resident, Herbert Winston, who lived with his family in Richmond Village (now The Arts Apartments of Music Hall) from the mid-sixties to mid-seventies. During his brief time in the neighborhood, he attended St. Joseph Catholic School, and frequented LeBlond’s Boy’s Club, which was close by in Over the Rhine.
Summer is a great time to expand your knowledge and learn new skills. With both virtual classes or in-person sessions, the Adult Learning Center has you covered. From brushing up your resume to stand-up comedy, there's something for everyone.
Poet Jennifer Hambrick joins Manuel Iris on a new episode of "Inside the Writer's Head" ahead of the arrival of the largest and oldest gathering of haiku poets outside Japan to Cincinnati. The biennial conference Haiku North America is organized in part by Hambrick. Listen in as they discuss the lyrical power of haiku, Hambrick's musical lens of poetry, and information about Haiku North America.
Good news researchers, genealogists, and local history buffs - select historical newspapers in CHPL’s collection are now instantly searchable!
With one-on-one Ask a Librarian appointments and language learning resources, Sorora strengthened her English language skills on her way to graduating with a college degree.
Starting Friday, May 26, our free meal program provided in partnership with UMC Food Ministry will switch from afterschool meals to summer meals and snacks.
Grab your headphones and settle into a cozy spot, as Warlock Vorobok transports you to the realms of chivalry, curses, & mystical creatures.